Jacobs Watchlisting Analyst, Jr. in Reston, Virginia
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Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:
Systematically and deliberately reviews DoD datasets assessed as likely to contain identifying information for known or suspected terrorists.
Identify, prioritize, and record information from known DoD datasets related to known or suspected terrorists as specified by the Government.
Crosscheck/research known or suspected terrorists against other intelligence holdings to ensure completeness of information and to avoid duplicating data entries.
Compile information into a nomination report format as specified by the Government. Correctly format, classify, and address reports. Ensure information contained within reports is intelligible, cogent, comprehensive, and understandable, and that all reports use proper grammar and spelling.
Meet Terrorist Identity Nomination (TIN) production schedule.
Correct and resubmit incorrect reports and prepare reports for dissemination as record message traffic or other dissemination methods as specified by the Government.
Provide guidance and instruction for less experienced team members assigned to Watchlisting.
Demonstrate general knowledge and understanding of IC organizations associated with CT operations, analysis, products, and information systems.
Attend and participate in meetings, conferences, intelligence exchanges, roundtables, working groups, and other types of analytic exchanges in support or DIA’s Watchlisting mission.
Possess general information systems experience working with select DoD datasets and intelligence reporting activities: demonstrate comprehensive mission knowledge in order to provide guidance related to National Terrorist Watchlisting policies and procedures.
Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of terrorist organizations, to include group names and geographic location, leadership, activities, and ideology. #cjcyber
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Familiar with ODNI and DIA analytical standards.
Possess general information systems experience working with select DoD datasets and intelligence reporting activities.
Clearance Requirement: This position requires a Top Secret/SCI security clearance, based on current background investigation (SBI), as well as the favorable completion of polygraph. Clearance and polygraph processing will be completed by the U.S. Government. Factors considered for a U.S. Government Security Clearance include, but are not limited to:
U.S. Citizenship (Required)
Favorable Criminal History Check
Abuse/Illegal Drug Use
Desired Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience conducting analysis relevant to the specific labor category, with at least a portion of the experience within the last 2 years. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of terrorist organizations, to include group names and geographic location, leadership, activities, and ideology.
Desired Education: Bachelor’s degree in an area related to the labor category from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. An additional 4 years of experience in the specific labor category, for a total of 7 years of experience in the specific labor category, may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.
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